Dead Hunger : Dead Hunger

  • by Eric A. Shelman
  • Narrated by John M. Perry
  • Series: Dead Hunger
  • 7 hrs and 11 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

A phone call to his sister leads Flex Sheridan into a nightmare and a quest to save his family from a new, horrifying epidemic that's turning humans into zombies. As he makes his way from Georgia to Gainesville, Florida and back, he picks up old and new friends and survivors. Flex re-connects with perhaps the strongest woman he's ever known, Gem Cardoza, his former girlfriend.
Together they take his six-year-old niece Trina - the only uninfected survivor of his sister's famiy - and his infected sister Jamie, and make a run from central Florida back to his isolated Georgia home. As they head north, they encounter another uninfected, Hemphill "Hemp" Chatsworth. Hemp is British, and extremely smart. He holds a biology degree with a major in Epidemiology, as well as a degree in mechanical engineering, both of which this group will need.
Along with the crossbow-wielding Charlene "Charlie" Sanders and a pregnant Great Pyrenees dog, this small group uses street smarts and technology to defend against the new "Abnormals" that walk the earth. But Hemp is also compelled to learn how they got this way, and if possible, how to reverse the condition and save Flex's sister. So grab your machine gun and take a ride in their fortified vehicles and mobile lab; you're going to want these people on your side when the Dead Hunger... (Please note: This book contains strong language.)

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Zombie 101!. Characters who learn as they go!

A book that begins with a rag tag quasi-team of nobody's that has to educate themselves about everything Zombie. Including, that universal piece of knowledge, head shots are the only thing that puts them out of their misery for ever!!! INTERESTING.

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- Jennifer

This Audio book was very good.

What made the experience of listening to Dead Hunger the most enjoyable?

The reader was always clear and easy to understand.And he did a wonderful job with the characters.


What did you like best about this story?

It was fast pace and well written.And likeable cast.


What about John M. Perry’s performance did you like?

Everything. Well done fine Sir.


Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

I felt bad for the for the male lead Flex.No one should have to find his sister that way.He and Gem are good strong characters.


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- Pheobe Petenstein Jackson

Book Details

  • Release Date: 05-02-2013
  • Publisher: Eric Shelman